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Posted April 29, 2014 by

Is Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur Not Going So Well? What is Holding You Back

If you have an entry level job as an entrepreneur, and your business hasn’t started out as you planned, the following post explains what is holding you back from success.

Starting a business is an arduous task and not for the faint of heart. With three-quarters of startups doomed to fail, you’re facing an uphill battle. New entrepreneurs can typically expect their fair share of stress, a few sleepless nights and any form of personal life to fall by the wayside as they work towards success. But that’s not

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Posted April 21, 2014 by

How to Come Close to Finding the Perfect Entry Level Job

Entry level job seekers should not try to find the perfect job because it may cost them too much time.  Instead, focusing on getting the best opportunity for themselves may be the better option.  Learn some tips for doing so in the following post.

You’re simply not going to get the perfect job. That’s right. It’s not gonna happen. Now, before you go burying your misery in a pint of mint chocolate chip, rest assured this seemingly depressing dose of reality isn’t a reflection on you. You may very well be the cream of the crop when

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Posted April 21, 2014 by

Changing Locations on Recent Graduate Jobs? Make Your Transition as Easy as Possible

For young professionals, it might not be the most pleasant news to hear that their recent graduate jobs are moving to a different location.  However, the following post has tips to make the transition as easy as possible.

When working for a company that has multiple locations, relocating employees may be a common occurrence. Some people may volunteer for the new position, while others are requested to go for one reason or another. Going somewhere new is exciting, but moving can also be a highly stressful experience. Here are

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Posted April 18, 2014 by

Writing Resumes to Go After Recent College Graduate Jobs? 4 Mistakes Not to Make

If you’re writing resumes for recent college graduate jobs, the following post focuses on four mistakes to avoid.

Spelling and grammar errors. Gaps in unemployment. Vague job descriptions. Most job seekers are well aware of the major no-nos on resumes, but here’s the bad news: your resume probably has other red flags you’re not aware of. Here’s the worst news: There’s no way to know for sure what they

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Posted March 19, 2014 by

9 Tips College Recruiters May Not Tell You When Starting School

High school seniors should know nine tips that college recruiters may not tell them when starting college.  Learn what they are in the following post.

You only get the amazing experience of college once in your life. Sometimes this experience is the best in your life, and at other times, even the strongest people want to give up and cry. You’ll encounter a big learning curve as you transition from high school to college. For probably the first time in your life, you’re living

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Posted March 17, 2014 by

Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs? Questions You Should Ask to Determine Where to Work

When considering entry level jobs, you should not only think about the positions themselves but also the companies.  So, once you have landed an interview, ask these questions to help you determine where you want to work, found in the following post.

It’s hard enough finding a job in today’s economy, but finding the right job for you can be even harder. It’s rare to find that job immediately, particularly for members of GenY facing competition for entry-level jobs. If you haven’t found that job yet, you’re probably faced with the question: Is it more important to find a good position

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Posted March 12, 2014 by

Job Seekers, Boost Your Chances of Landing Recent Graduate Jobs with an Online Portfolio

Do you have an online portfolio for your job search?  As one of may job seekers who may be searching for recent graduate jobs, a portfolio could help boost your chances of getting one.  Learn how in the following post.

Having a portfolio that can be searched online by clients has become more important than ever. According to CareerBuilder.com, almost half of employers use Google to search for applicants to fill in a position at their company. If you’re a designer, you can use portfolio sites like Behance, Carbonmade and Coroflot to

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Are These 5 Challenging Workplace Personalities on Your Entry Level Job?

On your entry level job, you might encounter a variety of personalities that can be hard to deal with.  In the following post, learn five of these personalities and how to get along with them.

This is a guest post by Judith Orloff . The workplace is filled with difficult personalities–bullies, know-it-alls, rumor mongers… Our fallback reaction when faced with problem people at work is to either assert ourselves or walk swiftly in the other direction. But there’s a middle ground, a way of communicating that’s

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

5 Ways to Achieve Career Progress on Entry Level Jobs for 2014

For graduates who want to achieve career progress on their entry level jobs this year, the following post offers five ways to do so.

The new year brings promises of fresh starts, new habits and hope that life will be different. But already, a little over a month into 2014, your best intentions are followed by little change. Why do 90 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail? Because we don’t reflect on the year that was or

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Posted February 12, 2014 by

Grads, Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs at Startups? What It Takes to Get Them

For grads searching for recent graduate jobs at startups, the following post offers some advice on how to get them.

Let’s be honest: the startup life is not for everyone. People romanticize the sleep-in-the-office, order-pizza-daily, build-the-next-Google kind of life these days. Beware. The fact is, most people shouldn’t work for startups. (Click here to tweet this thought.) With a 90 percent failure rate, the expected value of working in a

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